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just today, maybe a few hours ago, i spilled a bit of water on my laptop. i immediately ran to the closest window, dried it off and lit it sit for an hour or so. now it only seems to work if the charger is plugged into it. also at first the charger was giving the battery a charge but now the indicator at the top of the screen says "(Not Charging)". What could be the problem? Do you think this will stop happening at some point?
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